Find hiking, camping nirvana in new Oregon parks guide

The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department launched its 2015 Oregon State Parks Guide, a free, full-color, magazine-style brochure featuring detailed information about more than 200 of the state’s most popular campgrounds, day-use areas, trails, bike ways and heritage sites.

The guide has been updated for 2015, with revised or expanded listings for each property, an enlarged statewide map and up-to-date reservation information. Special icons denote parks with pet-friendly yurts or cabins for rent, day-use parking fees, scenic views and other features, as well as facilities that are accessible to people with disabilities. Feature stories highlight lighthouses, tide pools, hiker/biker camps and winter recreation opportunities.

The guide is available in print from OPRD’s offices in Salem and Portland, at all state parks, by mail order by calling (800) 551-6949 and online at www.oregonstateparks.org.

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